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November 05, 2008


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Thanks for the great podcast! One of the best so far in my opinion! The Hard vs Soft zoning is indeed debatable. I prefer hard because it forces my customers to think before they act. Like I also said, I prefer... it's not an advise of best practice. Single Initiator Zoning is.

And check my post on the NFS Locking issue if you run into snapshots that take a long time to delete: http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2008/11/05/nfslockdisable-what-should-it-be-1-or-0/


Chad Sakac

Thanks Duncan - my pleasure, it was a lot of fun. Here hoping John invites me back - 1hr isn't nearly enough time.

Seriously - keep up the work on your blog, it's fantastic. I'm bummed you're not on my team directly, but glad VMware got you!

Hope the work/family balance is good - and talk to you soon!

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